The Chancellor has stated that he will be rigorous in his consideration of university matters and will ensure enforcement of the rule of law in the universities.
For a moment in early summer, it seemed that COVID-19 was in the rearview mirror.
Tanya, like Anne, became a chronicler of the tragedy of war, suffering and death, which consumed not only her entire family, but also thousands of people in Leningrad.
The 'Chekuttys', as they were called, raised the value of those tattered clothes and made them more precious than their original value as dress material.
The United Nations virtually moved to Kerala this week when nearly 100 students from schools and colleges assembled for a 'UN Replica' which recreated the United Nations in its most authentic form.
China is discovering the merits of 'common prosperity' by demolishing mammoth enterprises and imposing state control over the vital sectors of the economy.
The facts that came out were stranger than fiction ever created by Hollywood or Bollywood.
At a time when the international situation is dominated by the recent events in Afghanistan, the SCO summit had a special relevance as all the participants were neighbouring countries.
Jaya Chandrasekhar's A Walk to Tintern Abbey and Beyond is a meditative walk through majestic vistas and scenic labyrinths of the world of poetry, writes TPS.
A China-Pakistan-Taliban axis in Afghanistan will be a direct threat to Indian interests and projects in the region.